Check Out the Wildly Popular Ford Mustang

If you like sports cars, you are in luck. The Ford Mustang is the world's best-selling sports car just happens to be the only true "car" model left in the Ford lineup. If you are only going to produce one model, you need to do it really big. And it does not get any bigger than the Mustang and its many great trim levels at the Bull Valley Ford showroom.

The Mustang outsells all over sports car models combined. A big reason is the wide range of trim levels. From the EcoBoost Fastback to the Shelby GT350, you get a total of 10 great trim levels with two doors, seating for up to four passengers and a great engine under the hood. Engine options are simple.

You can choose a 2.3-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder that produces an impressive 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque or Ford's classic and naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8 that gives you up to 460 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. Your choice of a 10-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission sends the power to the rear drive wheels.

Mustang Mach E Goes Electric

All-new this year is the Mustang Mach E, which Ford markets as an SUV but retains much of the  Mustang look with an all-electric power plant under the hood. The Mach E is more like a sedan with a rear liftgate to access the rear cargo area while the comfortable interior provides seating for up to four passengers.

The Mach E's electric engine produces up to 346 horsepower and 428 pound-feet of torque that ensures the Mach E has excellent performance potential. You can choose either a six-speed manual or a 10-speed automatic transmission that sends power to either both rear wheels or all four via an optional AWD drivetrain. The base model is rated for up to 94 miles on a charge while the premium is rated for up to 305 miles of touring range between charges.

Great Lineup of Full-Size to Compact SUVs

Ford is one of the original makers of the wildly popular SUV class with the Bronco and Explorer models serving as truly iconic examples of why people love their SUVs. Both are full-size SUVs that have been in production for many years and offer a range of engine options. The Explorer is slightly larger and includes a removable third row that enables up to seven passengers versus five for the Bronco, which has two bucket seats in front and a split bench in back.

The Ford Expedition remains the brand's biggest SUV offering and is very popular as a family vehicle and for those who consistently carry lots of people for work or other purposes. All five Expedition trim levels have a pair of front bucket seats with a split bench in back. Some models include a removable third row that expands seating capacity to eight. When you want more cargo space, you can lower the passenger seats or remove the third row as needed.

Those who want a more fuel-friendly transportation can choose among the more compact Escape and Edge that seat up to five and offer your choice of turbocharged or naturally aspirated three-, four, and six-cylinder engines. Either front-wheel drive of AWD systems help to ensure good traction through four seasons of northern Illinois driving weather.

Best-Selling Full-Size Pickups

Whether you want a pickup truck to get work done or handle daily driving duties with occasional heavy hauling, the Ford F-150 has been the nation's best-selling pickup since 1981 and for good reason. You get your choice of a regular cabin with two doors and seating for up to three or two extended cabins that add a split rear bench and two more doors.

Five engine options include two gasoline-fueled and naturally aspirated V6 motors and the classic 5.0-liter V8 that gives the pickup up to 400 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque under the hood. A 10-speed automatic transmission sends the power to the rear wheels or a 4X4 drivetrain. The F-150 also is available with a 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost hybrid motor or a 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel that offers up to 250 horsepower and 440-pound-feet of torque.

The mid-size Ford Ranger pickup handles the kind of daily transportation and hauling tasks that satisfy most people. You can get your choice of four- and six-cylinder engines that can haul more than a ton in the bed and tow up to 3500 pounds. A 10-speed automatic sends the power to either the rear wheels or all four with an optional 4X4 drivetrain. Two extended cabin options seat up to five with four doors for easy passenger access.

Heavy-Duty and Super-Duty Hauling Solutions

If you have heavy-duty hauling, an F-250 has a stronger chassis and suspension than the F-150 with the same body configurations. Your choice among gasoline-fueled 6.2-liter or 7.3-liter V8s and a 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel give you up to 1,050 pound-feet of torque. Either a 10-speed or a six-speed automatic sends all that power to the drive wheels while towing up to 20,000 pounds.

The F-350 offers the same three engines as the F-250 while the F-450 does commercial-level hauling with the 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel under the hood. Each model has a stronger chassis than the F-250 to enable more consistent commercial-level towing and hauling.

Schedule a Test Drive Online

You look over our great online inventory of 2021 Ford trucks, SUVs and Mustangs as well as certified pre-owned models that are available now at Bull Valley Ford. When you find one or more than you like, our online scheduling tool lets you pick the day and time to take it for a test drive. We also have online financing options for fast approvals. Our trade-in evaluators and payment calculators help you know what a likely payment might be if you choose to finance a great new or used Ford.


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